I have not had cable for over 2 years. I don’t miss it because thanks to technology, I can see all the shows & movies I want to see.
I am thankful for networks, like Lifetime that make their content available so I can enjoy good movies whether it’s for “me time” or “family time”.
When I did have cable, one of my go-to movie channels was the Lifetime channel. They have a way of making movies that stop you in your tracks until the very end. What’s funny is, when my friends and I are joking about any drama in our lives, we often comment with, “Now tell me what’s going on in this Lifetime Movie!”
Lifetime is known, for making some serious dramas and over the last few years has started making some great biographical movies about many legends we’ve come to love: Gabby Douglas, Toni Braxton, Whitney Houston, Aaliyah to name a few. In each movie, I learned something about the struggle these ladies had to deal with on their rise to fame.
Remember, I said I don’t have cable … well how do I watch these movies? I’m glad you asked. Lifetime has an app called, Lifetime Movie Club.
Here are the Top 6 Benefits of the Lifetime Movie App:
- Watch Lifetime movies anytime
- Movies are commercial free
- A new movie is added every day
- Monthly and annual subscription options
- Free 7-day trial
- Watch on your iPhone, iPad, Android device, or Roku Player
My favorite feature is, I get to watch them commercial free. It’s always great when you can watch a great movie uninterrupted.
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Some of Favorite Lifetime Movies are:
My daughter has watched this movie more times than I can count, and this is NOT an exaggeration. She loves Gabby Douglas and her story. I have been able to sit down with her a few times to watch it, but the end always gets me. Once that Alicia Keys, Girl on Fire comes on, the tears automatically just roll down my face. With the ease of the LifeTime Movie Club app, my daughter can now go on my tablet and pull it up anytime.
Description: Starring Regina King and Gabby Douglas. A gymnastics phenomenon beats overwhelming odds to become the first African American Olympic champion of the individual all-around competition. Based on a true story.
Toni Braxton: Unbreak My Heart
Living in Atlanta, I’ve seen all of the Braxtons sister before, except Toni. I was also given the coolest opportunity to interview them all at the Essence Festival in 2014, except Toni. I loved when this movie came out, because although she recently moved to LA, I was able to see her Atlanta connection. I’ve never met her in person but her story & family bond are amazing.
Description: Starring Lex Scott Davis, Debbi Morgan, and Gavin Houston. A gifted young singer works to navigate personal struggles with health and family while climbing the ladder of global fame.
Now this movie had us all on edge. The late great Whitney Houston’s story let us see a side of her that wasn’t in the public eye. During this movie, I sang every song right along with her! I saw how deep her love for her husband was and how she came to be with him. It was an amazing love story.
Description: Starring Yaya DaCosta and Arlen Escarpeta, with vocals by Deborah Cox. Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown’s relationship is threatened as the overwhelming rewards and consequences of fame begin to overshadow them both.
What are some of your favorite movies from Lifetime? If you’re like me and enjoy a Lifetime Movie, the Lifetime Movie Club would be great for you. Like I stated earlier, there are no commercials & or hidden fees. However, they have monthly and annual subscriptions options available.
I have an iPad, Andriod & a Roku Player, so I can watch movies on all my devices! Just download the app and start streaming!
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